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Japan in Hundred Small Pieces is a refreshing book for travellers, those at home, language enthusiasts and other curious people. Paulien Cornelisse lets you experience what it feels like to love a country that will never be yours.
Adidas’s history through 357 pairs of shoes, including one-of-a-kind originals, and never-before-seen prototypes.
'This is a masterpiece. Not only exciting, but also sweet. In a way logical too: of course cats are aware of everything! Of course they think just like us. It is a human handicap that we cannot understand them.' — Paulien Cornelisse
Chanel - Her Life explores every facet of Chanel's universe: her fascinating private life as well as the famous icons of her fashion empire.
A dawn-to-dusk manual for living effortlessly and elegantly as a man in the modern world.
Service design is a rapidly growing area of interest in design and business management. There are a lot of books on how to get started, but this is the first book that describes what a "good" service is and how to design one.
A look into the momentum behind wellness’s increasing presence in the hospitality, travel, beauty, and fashion industries.
Paulien Cornelisse is a great fan of the Dutch language. "Annoy you? You can do that in your spare time" says Paulien, before going on a search like a detective for language innovations, miscommunications and bizarre turns of conversation. She shares her latest fascinations in Taal voor de leuk, her third language book.
From the playgrounds to the NBA, New York has invented a way of playing basketball, City/Game is not only about the three renowned NBA teams--the Knicks, the Nets, and the Liberty--and their predecessors, but also the many high-school and college basketball teams with legendary rivalries.
'A book about the future, in which nature on earth only occurs in reserves. This sounds rather dystopian but there is also a very hopeful element in this story, which I will not reveal. But let me just say that it has to do with communication.' — Paulien Cornelisse